Trine Bumiller (@trinebumiller)
My paintings reference the natural world. They are based on real things, which are abstracted and recombined to convey a sense of the patterns, rhythms and underlying forces inherent in our immediate environment. They merge a sense of place with a sense of memory and existence. They address loss of environment relative to our personal losses: of memory, of people, and of childhood. The paintings make a connection between our memories and our experience, our place in time and our place in the world, between what is and what was, between physical existence and cognitive thought.
Caitlin McShea (@caitlinmcshea)
Queens, NY-->Washington DC-->Dallas, TX-->Georgetown, TX-->Santa Fe, NM. Southwestern University, St. John's University, Director at Meyer East Gallery